About this item
Published to accompany the exhibition, 'Black Sun: The Eyes Of Four', by Aperture in 1986. Book is hardcover with dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is unclipped showing a price of 20.00 and is in very good condition with some bumping and chipping to extremities, a couple of minor tears, none longer than approx 2cm with no losses, some fading due to sunning and a couple of line markings. Binding is black cloth covered boards with silver titles to spine and Japanese embossed on front cover. Binding is nice and tight and in very good condition with only very minor bumping and rubbing to corners and edges. Text block shows some ageing to edges and some light foxing, otherwise text is clean throughout. Bears no inscriptions. Bookseller Inventory 002111
- Added value:
- 1st edition
- Holborn, Mark
- Very good
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